Living in Uptown is for you if:

You like banks, bowling, and ballparks. You like having options and being in the center of it all. Not only will you get that in Uptown, you will get so much more. Uptown, Charlotte’s center city is known for its headquarters to Bank of America, Chiquita, and Duke Energy. While those who live here may work hard, they also know how to play hard and this thriving metropolis provides many options with unique restaurants and bars.

You like your entertainment in one area. At the Epicenter, you can catch a movie, have a drink, grab a bite, or show off your bowling skills.

You’re a sports fanatic. No sweat. You can break out your Jersey for a Panther game at Bank of America Stadium, support the Charlotte Bobcats at Time Warner Cable Arena, enjoy an afternoon at the Nascar Hall of Fame, or catch The Knights in Center City at the new BB&T Ballpark.

There are four wards that make up Uptown. Each ward offers different housing options including condos, lofts, historic homes, and penthouses. If you like living in luxury and being in the center of it all, then Uptown is just the spot for you!

401 N Church Street Unit 601
$584,000   Active
Complex: Jefferson Square

Fully Remodeled Penthouse Unit 1 block from Tryon! 1,768 Sq Ft of space features 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Kitchen, Living Room, Main Floor Office or 3rd bedroom, Loft/Office Space over the Kitchen. Two Story Living room gives expansive height and openness to the living area. Gas Fireplace is remote controlled. Google Fiber is installed in the building and in the unit. Secured Garage with 2 parking spaces as wells a locked Storage Room Jefferson Square is 3 Blocks from the center of downtown, Trade & Tryon. EVERYTHING DOWNTOWN is close.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3460325
Price: $584,000
Square Footage: 1768
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Year Built: 2002
Type: Mid-Rise
Listing courtesy of: Church Street Realty

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